I was working on an existing WordPress theme that I have been using on this site. The plan was to start a Docker container for WordPress with a local directory for a WordPress theme project mapped to /var/www/html/wp-content/themes/my-theme within the
This post will probably be for people who are new to Kubernetes but have worked with Docker. Also, this post oversimplifies some explanations of how things work to make the content more easily digestible. When we deploy MySQL in Kubernetes
In this post, we’ll set up PgAdmin and PostgreSQL containers with docker-compose.yml for local development. We’ll also configure PgAdmin to access the PostgreSQL database under the same bridge network. Typically, we don’t deploy a PgAdmin container alongside a PostgreSQL container
This post shows how to migrate a database from MySQL to a PostgreSQL instance running on Windows using the pgloader (running as a Docker container) to perform the migration from MySQL to PostgreSQL. From within the container, we use docker.for.win.localhost
This post provides a basic docker-compose.yml to create a PostgreSQL container with initial user account with password.
This post demonstrates how to create an SFTP Docker container from Atmoz using docker-compose.yml with the most straightforward configuration to allow for developers. Sometimes we can’t just install any FTP servers on our machines. It may be due to corporate
This post shows how to create and use a docker-compose YAML file to generate a MariaDB Docker container with initial user accounts. First, we need to install Docker for Windows. Then, use its docker-compose to process our YAML file. We
With Docker, we can create portable Java CLI applications for various environments by pre-building container images. These images could make deployment a lot easier and less messy in particularly in Production environments. This post briefly demonstrates how to create a
This post provides a another basic docker-compose.yml .This time is to create a MySQL container with initial user accounts.
Working with Microservices sometimes involves testing multiple instances of an application running on different port numbers. At times, we’d prefer to spawn those instances straight from our IDE, e.g., IntelliJ. For example, we’d like to figure out an ideal configuration